SDK for Windows 10 Creators Update's RTM build leaks

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Microsoft released Windows 10 build 15063 to Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring for PCs and Mobile yesterday. Build 15063 is expected to be the RTM build for the Windows 10 Creators Update, which means Microsoft will roll out this build to the public next month as the Creators Update. Of course, Microsoft won’t release the exact build to the public as the company will be adding fixes for some of the last-minute issues to the update in the coming weeks.

Now, the SDK for Windows 10 build 15063 has been leaked online and developers can use it to start testing out some of the upcoming features in Windows 10 that are coming with the Creators Update. The SDK was leaked by Microsoft watcher WalkingCat, who also leaked the emulator for Windows 10 Mobile Build 15063 last night.

A changelog for the SDK isn’t available at the moment as Microsoft is yet to officially release the SDK. But this SDK will give developers a good idea of what the final SDK will be like, and they can also use to try out some of the new features in the Creators Update such as grouped notifications and inline progress bars in the Action Center.

If you are a developer and want to give the new SDK a try, you can download it from here (note: the link directly starts downloading the SDK).

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